Our 5 natural ingredients

Brewers' Spent Grain

Nutritious leftovers of the brewing process; predominately barley

Brewers' yeast

Dried after being used for brewing, and a smell that dogs love

Wholemeal flour

Gives our biscuit shape and real crunch


Helps bind the biscuit and great for dogs

Peanut butter

Because dogs love peanut butter!

approved by Jean-Philippe Cabaroc from the Noun Project

Nutritionist approved!

Sport Dog Nutrition

Wait, but isn't grain bad for dogs?

Well, no.
If your dog has a grain/gluten allergy, then yes, grain will be bad for your dog. But that’s quite uncommon. In fact, your dog is much more likely to be allergic to animal protein!

There is very little evidence to support the grain-free movement, and studies show that some grain in the diet is better than a strict high protein diet.

Nutritional Benefits

Good for the gut

High in fibre which helps promote gut health by promoting water balance in the gut, providing a healthy environment for good bacteria. It will also help firm up poos if that's a problem.

Good for the coat

The fatty acids in linseed will give your dog a shiny coat, whilst the yeast is full of B vitamins, antioxidants, and loads of minerals that will help your dog's skin, hair, eyes and certain organ functions too.

Calming effect

Our recipe gives the Bix some serious crunch. Chewing and crunching releases happy hormones in dogs and promotes calm. The carbohydrates in the biscuit assist a good night's sleep by supporting the production of L-tryptophan.

Are the Bix Vegan?

Should dog treats be vegan?

Details, details, details

Composition: English Wholemeal Flour, Brewers Spent Grain, Peanut Butter, Linseed, Brewers Yeast.

Analytical Constituents: Crude Protein 13.7%, Crude Oils & Fats 16.4%, Crude Fibre 3.9%, Crude Ash 2.7%.